A man was shot and wounded Monday night at the 14th Street and Eighth Avenue train station, at the cusp of Chelsea and the West Village.
A man has been arrested and charged with attacking two NYPD officers during the protests over the Eric Garner grand jury decision last week.
The crew was working on the third rail as part of the overnight FastTrack work when they were hurt.
The cartoonlike bronze sculptures that adorn the 14th Street-Eighth Avenue subway station were joined by a rogue addition by a different creator Friday morning, alluding to an infamous scandal surrounding the original artist.
The NYPD is reaching out to the public again in hopes of finding a man who they said groped two women in the area of Stuyvesant Town on Manhattan’s East Side.
An alleged wallet thief on a shopping spree got quite the surprise after police said he messed with the wrong woman.
Police on Thursday were asking the public to help them find a suspect who allegedly grabbed two women’s buttocks in the area of Stuyvesant Town on the East Side of Manhattan.
Police pulled two men’s bodies out of the East River within a period of eight hours overnight Thursday into Friday.
A pedestrian was reported in serious condition Wednesday evening, after she was struck by a double-decker bus in the West Village.
Police on Wednesday were asking the public to help them find a suspect who robbed a bank at the busy junction of 14th Street and Sixth Avenue.
Dairy Queen announced Tuesday that it will soon open its first Manhattan location – and some have taken issue with the dessert chain’s characterizing the move as its “official entry into New York City.”
A man has been declared brain dead, after being found lying on a bench in Union Square Park with severe injuries to his head and face.
An NYPD K9 officer was credited Wednesday with finding a suspect who allegedly jumped a subway turnstile and threw a human officer to the ground.
A man was reported in critical condition, after authorities and witnesses said he was punched, after reportedly hurling racial slurs at two restaurant customers in the West Village Friday.
New figures Tuesday said 95,000 homes on Long Island were destroyed or damaged by Superstorm Sandy – but from Long Island to Manhattan, many home and business owners have found that their insurance companies will not cover their damage.